About Dr. Melchiore Buscemi

The path to becoming a doctor began in the 1970s for Melchiore Buscemi MD when he was awarded a Bachelor of Science in Biology from St. Francis College in 1977. After that, his medical education continued at the Autonomous University in Guadalajara, Mexico before obtaining his M.D. from a State University of New York in 1983. Clinical rotations during years three and four were conducted at Wyckoff Heights Hospital in New York City with an externship accompanying it at Queens' Hospital in Queens.

The successful completion of this rigorous training earned Dr. Melchiore Buscemi license to practice medicine in New York State by 1984 followed by a residence study in General Surgery where he perfected his skills and moved towards specializing his practice from 1984 till 1986. That same year saw the start of a three-year residency while still being closely associated with the University of Buffalo and Roswell Park Cancer Center. The same period culminated with Dr Buscemi shifting base to Lehigh Medical Center which lasted until 1991 when it was time for him to then transition to Bridgeton Medical Center in New Jersey and establish medical practices and associations with Canton-Potsdam Hospital, Claxton and Hepburn Medical Center further north upstate New York.


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